... education, based on rising unemployment and widening curriculum reform. In 1975 only 34 percent of young people finished school: in 2000 this reached 72 percent (Teese 2014: 197, 221–222). The era of upper secondary education for all had...
... in which high socioeconomic status families and increasing numbers of lower middle-class families chose publicly-subsidized private primary schools (Teese 2011). As well as having a marked overall effect on the balance of enrollments, “choice”...
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